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Apple Airpods Black Friday 2019: The best bargains including $99 Airpods from eBay

Posted: 29 November 2019 9:26 am

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Score yourself a pair of Apple Airpods for the ridiculously low price of $99 this Black Friday 2019.

This Black Friday 2019 has been bigger and better than ever. So many sales have started early this year and we've seen brands like eBay and Amazon really slashing their prices. It's a great opportunity to pick up some hot ticket items and one of the most popular this year is Apple Airpods. They're not only a great option to buy for yourself but this product is at the top of a multitude of Christmas wishlists too.

Apple is notorious for not really offering strong sales come Black Friday so we put together a list of Black Friday deals from stockists that will allow you the best price on the Airpods. This list includes sales on the original Apple Airpods, Apple Airpods Gen 2 and Apple Airpods with the wireless charging case. Happy Shopping!

Apple Airpods Black Friday 2019 deals

Here are our picks of the best Apple Airpods deals so far:

  • eBay will be offering Apple Airpods for $99. The sale will start at 10:00 am AEST on the 29 November and we promise you, these will sell out quickly. This offer is exclusively for eBay Plus members but you are able to sign up for a 30-day free trial. We'd recommend setting your alarm because a discount of $150 off Apple Airpods is practically unheard of and when the retailer held this sale in the past, the Airpods sold out in minutes.
  • Harvey Norman has $60 off Apple Airpods. Grab the Apple Airpods with Wireless charging case for $259. That's a total savings of $60 which is definitely one of the best sales for Airpods this Black Friday.
  • $20 off the Apple Airpods at Kogan. You can grab a pair of Airpods from Kogan for $209.99 down from the original price of $229.99. This is, however, a presale so the product won't be shipped until 11 December. You can also use Zip to pay and earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points from your purchase.
  • Catch is selling Apple Airpods 2 for $224.50. You can score a pair of Apple AirPods 2nd Gen Bluetooth Headphones with Charging Case at a reduced price from $249.99. You also get free shipping when you shop this deal and can use Zip and Latitude Pay to check out.
  • Dick Smith Apple Airpods for $209.99. These Airpods are $20 off from the original price of $229.99 and you can also pick them up with free shipping. They also have the Apple Airpods 2 for $225.99 down from the original price of $249.
  • JB HiFi has $60 off the Apple Airpods with wireless charging case. These are down to $259 from the original price of $319. These are the only Airpods discounted at JB Hifi for Black Friday.

We're sure more deals will roll out throughout the day and we'll be sure to keep you updated. We're surprised to not see Amazon showcasing any deals on Apple Airpods but they do have a range of sales on other items like the Echo Dot. They might decide to discount the prices when they see eBay's killer $99 Airpod sale but we will have to wait and see.

If you're in the mood to shop around for more items, be sure to check out our best Black Friday tech deals page. You can also take a peek at the best Black Friday fashion sales from over 20+ retailers.

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